Chet Todd and I met several years ago when I did a series about racism in Racine, Wisconsin. Over the years, we’ve become good friends. Sometimes we talk on the phone for over an hour about Racine; how the community struggles with systemic racism and how Racine is starting to recognize its role in correcting those wrongs. He knows the ugly side of this beautiful city. A former heroin addict, Chet spent time – like many Black people here – in prison. He’s also got a Master’s Degree and counseled many men getting out of prison.
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